Wakeforest 29 31 60
Richmond 32 30 62
Date of game: 12/1/2012

Recap: Richmond vs. Wake Forest

Richmond, VA (Sports Network) - Derrick Williams scored a career-high 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Richmond Spiders over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, 62-60, in non-conference play at the Robins Center.

Williams shot 6-of-8 from the field while making 13-of-15 free-throw attempts for the Spiders (6-2). Kendall Anthony joined him in double-figure scoring with 11 points off the bench.

Devin Thomas led Wake Forest (3-4) in scoring with 11 points to go with six rebounds. Tyler Cavanaugh scored 10 points off the bench while Travis McKie scored nine points and led the team with eight rebounds.

Richmond led 32-29 at halftime despite allowing the Demon Deacons to shoot 52.9 percent from the field and knock down all three tries from three-point range.

Late in the second half the lead was traded back and forth, but after a made 3-pointer by Anthony with 1:11 remaining the Spiders took the lead and held on until the final buzzer.

The Wake Forest bench outscored Richmond's reserves 27-14 but the performance by Williams was enough to lift the Spiders to their second consecutive win.

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